This is the story about Sujit Meher who belongs to the most backward region of the country, where some people still struggle to meet the basic needs of life, where people don't dare to dream big and where people don't even know the contemporary meaning of the word "Fashion" yet. Hailing from such a humble background, He has set an example for the fellow dreamers to follow their heart to glory. He has literally travelled the distance to be a well known fashion designer and entrepreneur of the country at a very young age. Success came but with many prices and struggles. Sujit was known as the lowest academic scorer of his batch being a "low grader". He worked hard to make his own brand label during his college time and created his brand label. Perhaps the book's greatest strength is that it teaches the reader that one can do anything he / she wants to, irrespective of the compulsions or obligations, self-inflicted or prescribed by the society.
About the Author
The author of the book "Dreams Beyond Grades, Sujit Meher, is a successful young designer, entrepreneur and social activist. Born and brought up in a small town in Odisha, Sujit was studying to graduate in Engineering, when he decided to change his career path and joined National Institute of Fashion Technology in Bangalore. In a very young age, he founded the "Tilottama" brand, named after his grandmother to promote indian art and handloom globally. He is also associated with some NGOs to support various causes and spread awareness among people.
Ratings and Reviews
4 Ratings &
Loved reading it.. truly inspirational and touching story
This book is really thrilling. The stories of Sujit Meher is just amazing. You must buy this product if you want to read a good non fiction novel. FIlled with everyday wisdom, Sujit Meherl's Dreams beyond grades is a must read for anyone who wants to something of his own. The book which made me serious , made me laugh and was full of learning. Excitement of doing something was reflected clearly in the words. You must buy this book.
I am not a bookwarm but i loved each chapters of book defining every phase of life of an average student face. Very nicely narrated. i coulde relate my life with it. Honesty and simplicity in writing. Just loved it.